Dr. Sean Lavine recently returned from the American Heart Association’s 2014 International Stroke Conference in San Diego, CA. He was invited to moderate the Fellow and Early-Career Stroke Leader Roundtable Luncheon there.
“I truly enjoyed the opportunity to meet with young investigators and physicians who plan to pursue a career in the field of cerebrovascular disease,” said Dr. Lavine. “I was able to tell them the story of my path into vascular neurosurgery, and to impart my philosophy of the future of the field and how young physicians and scientists should pursue their career goals. Interacting with trainees is one of the most satisfying aspects of my life as an academic physician.”
Additionally, Dr. Lavine moderated a session that highlighted the results of the ARUBA Trial, a Randomized Trial of Unruptured Brain Arteriovenous Malformations (AVM). Dr. Lavine said, “This was an excellent opportunity to hear the results of the trial firsthand. We had an open and honest discussion about the future of treatment of unruptured brain AVMs, and we engaged in further analysis of our treatment approaches.”
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